parish

[ par-ish ]SEE DEFINITION OF parish

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARISH

His eyes were black an' his hair was red an' his voice like the parish bull.

It had been the dear pet plan they had nursed in common with all the parish.

The nave, then as now, was the charge of the parish; the chancel, of the rector.

James Nayler was born in the parish of Ardesley, in Yorkshire, 1616.

And so this wench is to stock the parish with beauties, I hope.

One fifth of the people were paupers, or recipients of parish relief.

He resisted but little, for his parish needed a clergywoman sadly.

For no goal within his parish would a hired carriage be needed.

Said the parish wouldn't be the same without her, and about her pretty reading and all.

I hope you are quite well, and that everything is going on well in the Parish.

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